… the internet home of Chris Sells, Content Strategist on the Microsoft MSDN Content team …
“The Collaborative User Experience (CUE) team in IBM Research has spent nearly a decade studying email. Not only has email become one of the most pervasive and successful collaborative tools available, it has also become a key component of IBM’s Lotus Software offerings. In many ways, email can be seen as a victim of its own success – users increasingly suffer from overload and interruptions as well as use email in a manner for which it was not intended.”
So, just tonight have I discovered why IMAP is so superior to POP3. While I’ve used it a bit before, I’ve never really had the need to get my mail on multiple machines all the same before. For the past few months I’ve needed to read @miklm.com mail from home, work, and on my laptop, so I resorted to webmail for the task. Now that I’m using Mozilla Thunderbird, I’ve discovered that IMAP will allow me to keep folders, filters, and such all the same on all accounts. I’m such an idiot for not doing this YEARS ago, when it was all the rage. Critch told me all along…
Legislature won’t vote on cable theft this year
By KATHY CARLSON
Staff Writer, The Tennessean
RJ45 Network Cable Pin-out
I found myself today having forgotten the pin-out for a crossover cable. Consider this a bookmark for myself.
Q&A: Windows Server 2003 kernel guru
Looks like they are serious this time around about not making another lame-duck server product. From what I’ve seen in limited testing of Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, it certainly looks like a huge improvement.
The [primary&&only] SCSI drive in regan.miklm.net failed this afternoon, so it looks like @miklm.com mail will be offline until I get some sort of solution rigged up.So… if your email to me bounces, just resend later, or email me @igiles.net.